Sunday, 15 October 2017

Vodafone offers 90GB data, unlimited calls at Rs 399 for 6 months, counters Jio, Airtel

Data war continues. Telecom companies are bringing new tariff plans for its customers almost every other day. In line with the same, and strive in the competitive telecom space, Vodafone announces a new plan for its prepaid users.Vodafone is offering 90GB of 4G data along with unlimited voice calling facility to its users at just Rs 399. Although the company didn't mention if the plan if for the existing or the new users. 


This was first reported by Indian Express. Under the Rs 399 plan, Vodafone India is offering 90GB of 4G data to its users for 6 months. Alongside the data benefits, it is also offering unlimited voice calling facility for its users. There are no clear statement by Vodafone if the offer is for the new or existing Vodafone user. Chances are that this Rs 399 offer is a limited one and is ti commemorate the on-going festive season. Basically, a gift from Vodafone to its users. Note: This offer could be limited to select circles only, so you may need to check before recharging.

This new tariff plan by Vodafone India directly counters Reliance Jio and Airtel's Rs 399 plan. First coming to the Vodafone plan, let's see what it offers. The Vodafone Rs 399 plan offers 90 GB of 4G data along with unlimited voice calls for 6 months. This plan is limited to the Vodafone prepaid users only. Indian Express was the first one to report about this new offer by Vodafone.

For the postpaid users, there is another plan that costs Rs 499 -- although there are reports of some users getting a discount of Rs 100 if they talk to customer care -- that gives the same benefit. This plan to offers 1GB data per day for 3 months along with unlimited calls. Interested customers can call at 9582566666, reports the Hindustan Times.

It should be noted that, because this plan is a part of a Diwali gift from Vodafone to its customers, we are still not sure if it's a limited offer or will continue after Diwali.

Source: IndiaToday


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